LAS VEGAS (AP) - August 13, 2009 The official said Thursday that Dr. Conrad Murray bought the
anesthetic propofol from Applied Pharmacy Services on May 12 and
administered doses from that purchase to Jackson in the hours
before his June 25 death.
The official requested anonymity because the investigation is
Authorities are focused on propofol as a central element in
Jackson's death at age 50.
The drug is usually administered by anesthesia professionals in
medical settings to render patients unconscious for medical
procedures but Jackson had been using it in his home.
Watkins reported from Los Angeles.
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